Petrol will be cheaper as of September 23, no change to price of diesel

Petrol prices at Slovak gas stations will fall by 50 hellers (€0.0166) per litre as of September 23. The average price of 95 octane petrol Natural will thus range below Sk39.40 (€1.308) per litre. According to Natankuj.sk, a drop in petrol prices on the Rotterdam exchange stands behind this development.

Petrol prices at Slovak gas stations will fall by 50 hellers (€0.0166) per litre as of September 23. The average price of 95 octane petrol Natural will thus range below Sk39.40 (€1.308) per litre. According to Natankuj.sk, a drop in petrol prices on the Rotterdam exchange stands behind this development.

But the price diesel will not change.

After the current price decline, the price of petrol will reach levels unseen since April. Petrol prices dropped for the fifth time in a row this year. The decline started at the turn of July and August. Since then, petrol prices became cheaper, including the current shrinking, by about Sk2.10 (€0.0697) per litre. In the same period, diesel prices decreased roughly Sk2.30 (€0.0764) per litre. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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